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Hawkinstown United Methodist Church (Hawkinstown Evangelical Brethren Church)
This is a fine example of the type of rural frame church that was built throughout the county in the late nineteenth century. Above the pedimented gable front is a large square open belfry with an ogee-arched roof. The facade has paneled corner pilasters and two front entrances, one for men and one for women, each with a stained glass transom. A cast-iron fence surrounds the church and rear cemetery.
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